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the cia did, and when they crossed the did we couldn't talk to one another. in iraq we have begun. >> would you explain because the students may not understand why we have that gap. >> it was there for good and legitimate reasons which is we didn't want our foreign intelligence agency being active inside the country and perhaps this body, to use that word of the domestic event on american citizens and so forth, so the cia was cut with the foreign intelligence agencies. the fbi that operated under the rules and the wall, think law and order, the fbi was the internal intelligence agency. well, just to give you one example, a few nights before 9/11, a telephone call was made in san diego by one of the men who would ultimately be the suicide a hijacker to afghanistan, but we couldn't track across the boundary because we didn't want the tracking of the phone calls inside of the united states by the foreign intelligence. so, what i like to have known what he said a couple days before 9/11? when he realized that of course we had an internal attack on the security, we had to sew up the ga
participation in anhing. we know he didn't talk to the secretary of defense, or didn't talk to the c.i.a. chief after that. what was the president dag that night? >> boy, i just-- i don't remember it that way, bob. and in fact letter we sent to capitol hill earlier this week said that secretary of state clinton called the libyan-- >> schieffer: we know that. >>eeo behalf of the president and we carried out a very robust reaction to the situation on behalf of the-- >> schieffer: were you aware of what was happening? >> throughout the night. not only were we briefing him, we were convene the united states government, the deputy's committee and the national security council and i will we worked it throughout the night. the secretary of defense, the chairman of the joint chiefs worked this throughout the night. here's the important thing, bob. we did everything we could that night-- which, by the way, was borne out by the review board. they said the washington-based effort was a good effort that did everything it it possible could have. but the question from the president now is mao-- what have we
never say this again but they asked me to say this. they said to say c.i.a. , cowboys, indian, alliance. we're going to say what they want me to say. ♪ >> on beat. on beat. get ready. here we go. c.i.a. c.i.a. [crowd chanting "c.i.a."] >> make some noise! ♪ >> howdy, washington! [cheers and applause] >> i bring greetings from the first nation communities of northern british columbia, canada. firstly, as my first nation protocol of respect, i must thank chief tiak of the piskatowe indian nation for allowing us to do business on their traditional territories and for their warm letter of welcome. i am jackie thomas from saikuz first nation. i've been a government chief for many years but more importantly, i'm a member of the fro clan. it's my responsibility as a fro clan member to take care of the water. each of our clans have their own responsibilities and we all work in unison to restore this great land that we live on. this traditional governance system that i'm a part of has been and has survived generations and generations of attacks to assimilate us, but my traditional governance
in germany and the cia never called the fbi for weeks wanting the results of the interview before they made their assessments. we are going back to the pre9/11 mentality of where we treat this as a law enforcement function and the fbi and cia never talked to each other which is dangerous. benghazi was system failure before, during and after. >> chris: senate republicans also talking about holding up the nomination of john brennan the president's chief counter terrorism advisor to head the cia and rand paul your colleague who will be on after the break says one of the things he wants to be sure is that a president can't order a drone attack against an american citizen without a judicial review. is senator paul wrong? >> i think the worst thing in the world is to have the courts decide who to target in the war on terrorism. courts are not military commanders. the commander in chief has the right under law and authorization to use military force to designate the enemy. i think we do need drones to patrol our borders but i don't think you need a drone to attack an al-qaeda operative within the
to watch. >> and zero dark thirtiy. is that what happened with osama bin laden, and it shows the cia dog water board torturing. it makes you stimulated and talked about but that last hour is really something special. >> to two more. "amour" and django unchained. >> yes. that is not my favorite film, "amour." >> it sounds depressing. >> i believe it is. >> and django unchained? >> it is one of his very best films even though there is a lot of blood and guts. i think there is a good chance for supporting actor there. >> jan wall, thank you for being with us. you can certainly catch the oscar on sunday, february 24th and camp jan wall on kcbs radio on her reviews. >> sure! >> i love you. if jan likes it, i am going! >> up next, maybe you have a film in you. it make money for you? and have when we return. . >>> welcome back, we are in movie mode here today. we have the author of inside facts for independent film makers here. welcome! >> thank you. it is good to be here. >> you are talking dollars and cents? >> you have to mow your audience and know there is an audience waiting for you s
is in their interest. in my past role as cia director, she has tried to understand the importance of intelligence. she understood the importance of doing everything we could do to be able to go after those who would attack our country on 9/11. as a senator, she saw the terror of that moment first hand. she never lost sight of we had to after those who attack us on 9/11 and use every capability we had. during the bin laden operation, there is a movie out on this. [laughter] you know, the guy who plays me is not quite right -- [laughter] i mean, my preference would have been pacino. [laughter] but you know, i have been asked about that. i lived through that operation. there is no way you can take all the work that was done even in the last four years or two years of that operation that i was involved in. you can put that into a two-hour movie. the fact is that there was a tremendous amount of teamwork involved both by our intelligence and military officials. they did a tremendous job. it came down to a tough decision that the president had to make. god bless him, he made a tough decision. hillary clinto
that will change, a lot of this -- all of this is being done by the cia. well, most of it. drones in particular except in explicit war theaters like afghanistan or iraq where the military does control them is controlled by the cia. i think one thing that the new secretary of defense -- assuming he's confirmed -- hagel, some of the things he wants to do is to turn this back over to the military so that at least it's not embroiled in secrecy at the very beginning. we don't know anything about it. so at least it will be out many the open a bit which i think is a good thing. >> what was the level, if any, of petraeus in the writing of the book, and what is his reaction after being published? >> well, you know, i interviewed about 110 people for this book including petraeus. one thing about petraeus, he has always been very solicitous of reporters, including me, i have to admit. now, he has two motives, and everybody knows it. one is he kind of likes hanging around with reporters. but second, he sees it as what the military would call information operations or, as the french less euphemistically cal
, two other things. >> yeah. >> chuck hagel, the nomination delayed, also cia director looks like he'll be delayed. is this a threat to security? >> it's of grave concern. if you look at chuck hagel, decorated war hero, republican senator, somebody who over the course of the last many years either as a republican senator or as the chairman of the president's intelligence advisory board i've worked with very closely, this guy has one thing in mind, how do we protect the country? >> is there a danger of this being delayed? >> between john brennan, cia director and chuck hagel as secretary of defense, we want to make sure that we have our -- those guys sitting in the chairs working because i don't want there to have been something missed because of this hangup here in washington. >> okay, and very quickly, john boehner had a very -- seemed like a harsh comment directed toward the president saying that "i don't think he has the guts to cut or to deal with the entitlement problem. he doesn't have the courage to take on the liberal side of his own party." what do you say to speak her of th
e c.i.a. memorially, why? why? put down the -- because they were woman. because they were woman. this could have been anywhere. and was. well she got fired for being too beautiful find for drink drink after she was raped. a series offered to marry her wrappist got told it was element but not forceable. this could have been anywhere. they could do such a thing when the girls go for firewood. step into a loanly man's car, drink a little too much at the college party, wake up with her inc.,el's finger inside one from the screaming match chety and get a bullet in the brain for learning the alphabet. be stoned for falling in live. be burned for seeing the future. i am done cataloging these horrors that are born 2 million woman raped and tortured one out of 3 million. a woman raped every minute, every second one out of two. one out of five, the same one, one, one. i am done counting and counting it's time to tale new story, it needs to be our story it needs to be outrageous and unexpected. it needs to lose control in the middle. it needs to be sexy and hip and wi
and brennan, defense and cia when they know that both of them are ultimately going to be confirmed. >> because they do know that and because most sensible republicans believe that a president is owed vast deference in picking his cabinet because the cabinet leaves when he leaves and the cabinet exist to implement his policies neither is true of judicial appointment, for example, now, chuck hagel took that principle and made it really hard to subscribe to with this appalling performance in his hearing. nevertheless, if the president wants a terrible secretary of defense, he's got a right to him. and i think he'll get him. >> big endorsement. >> why the republicans playing this game. >> there's a second 2kri part which george would subscribe to. the constitution divides power. this is one of the first occasions where you see the republicans in the senate say we want to remind the executive branch that you have to have some deference to us. lindsey graham's point is tell us the rest of the benghazi story. other folks would like to know more where hagel's money came from. i don't find it unseemly
the families of the ambassador, christopher stephens, shaun smyth, cia operatives who gave up their lives trying to save others. this president does not want to talk about that. operation fast and furious. number two. fast and furious. it eludes notice, the notice of an, but, in fact, our attorney general, the number one, the number one law enforcement of -- outfit in the country is still in content -- contempt of congress for failing to turn over documents relating to that cost atf justice department gun running program that the minister. house republicans don't want the documents. the next jury and the issue is scheduled for -- there seems to be a lack of interest here, but i am sure that that would go down as not transparent in any reasonable person's mind. and the epa, the epa, now the president mentions epa and the males, and that's the curious case because with all of the attention a round of the nominees by the president to head the departmnt ofefense, the cia, the list goes on, but also, the epa. it needs a new adminator. he may not have noticed. lisa jackson, the controversial he
sands pipeline. they asked me to say this. cia. cowboys and indians alliance. that is what it stands for. are you with me? cia. come on. ♪ on me. c.i.a. c.i.a., c.i.a. ♪ight" fun.] ♪ >> county, washington. -- howdy. i bring greetings from the first nation communities in british columbia, canada. firstly, as my first nations protocol of respect, i must thank mustkayak of the indian nation for allowing us to do business in their traditional territories and for their warm letter of welcome. -- thank you chief kayak. i am jacki thomas from saik'uz first mission. i have been a member of government for many years. i am a member of a proud plan. it is my responsibility to take care of the water. each plan has the responsibility and we all work in unison to restore this great land that we live on. this traditional government system i am a part of has survived generations and generations of attacks to assimilate us, but my traditional government system is alive and well. it will continue to be alive and well into the future. [applause] i am a mother of four and a grandmother of one. i was
. the nomination of chuck hagel to be defense secretary and john brennan to head the c.i.a. are both hanging in the balance. the chief of staff says that is grave concern. >> between john brennan as c.i.a. director and chuck hagel as secretary of defense. we want make sure we have our guys working. we don't want something missed because of a hangup in washington. >> reporter: another vote on hagel is expected after congress returns. >> hagel is all but confirmed, how will it impacted his ability to be an effective leader. do not miss an all new fox news sunday, that is tonight when chris wallace sits down with lindsay graham, that is coming up at 6:00 p.m. eastern. >> kelly: a draft of the immigration proposal is drawing sharp criticism from republicans because it would reportedly give illegal immigrants a chance to become permanent residents in just eight years. the administration insists that it is just a back-up proposal in case negotiations fail. doug reports from the white house. >> the president has a new immigration plan and it's already raising republican eyebrows on capitol hill. ev
into the cia after. >> he can be very charming vs.er engaging, typical con man. he presents a face that draws you in. >> but doctors soon became investors in the new venture called global security and logistics. >> how much money did you give him? >> 375,000. >> how much but you? >> about the same amount. >> almost $400,000? >> yes. >> he used their money to go after the biggest pay day of all, part of a $300 million contract with the -- with a nation to provide security for a construction project. more tomorrow. you can see how his schemes begin to unravel when a real seal takes him on. >> ama: let's get one last check of the weather. >> leigh: live doppler 7hd showing all signs are clear out there. although we do have some fog now developing up near santa rosa, and even out towards oakland. if you're traveling tomorrow, much of the country looks terrific. the snow that has been plaguing the new england half of the united states will push off the coast. new york, 30 degrees. 32 for chicago. 35, salt lake city. and across california, we'll look for a little bit of fog right near the coast. ot
their hunting skills. >> i asked, what is your background? he said i'm ex-navy seal. then i went into the cia after. >> he can be very charming vs.er engaging, typical con man. he presents a face that draws you in. >> but doctors soon became investors in the new venture called global security and logistics. >> how much money did you give him? >> 375,000. >> how much but you? >> about the same amount. >> almost $400,000? >> yes. >> he used their money to go after the biggest pay day of all, part of a $300 million contract with the -- with a nation to provide security for a construction project. more tomorrow. you can see how his schemes begin to unravel when a real seal takes him on. >> ama: let's get one last check of the weather. >> leigh: live doppler 7hd showing all signs are clear out there. although we do have some fog now developing up near santa rosa, and even out towards oakland. if you're traveling tomorrow, much of the country looks terrific. the snow that has been plaguing the new england half of the united states will push off the coast. new york, 30 degrees. 32 for chicago. 35, s
panetta and know he is your neighbor in california but captured by the mentality of the cia. this was an extremely weak national security team. obama also was ruled by the military that is how you got the surge of forces. i think he realizes he was had and that is important and why i am optimistic about the second term this is a wiser man with foreign policy but he has ended the war in iraq meandering to ending the war in afghanistan and allowing the pentagon with the motor skills of a dinosaur such as a timetable for withdrawal all obama has to do i look at the gorbachev experience, and came in 1985, gave a secret speech 1986 faugh denouncing afghanistan, had told shultz we are getting out with one year to turn around and then announced a timetable then we were gone in 89. we need to do something similar. we had 11 commanders in afghanistan in the 11 years. look at the book if the generals that is not of war where we can be successful. there is no military that is ever successful with a counterinsurgency and they have been ally in pakistan that makes the picture confusing t
and then went on to blackwater and the cia. i started speaking with him over the phone and didn't know who he was. we got comfortable with each other and he then made sure that i got in phone contact with the shooter. again, started anonymously. built up trust over a period of time and then i met him face-to-face and thus started a long relationship over a year and a quarter of hundreds of hours of discussion, interview, conversation about his life, not just the mission. >> and when you spend hundreds of hours with someone over the course of more than a year and you have dinners and drink scotch and he played with your kids, is there any danger that you become too close to the subject and you become his advocate? >> i think, howie, that the overarching answer to that is, yes, there is a danger and, no, it didn't happen. in this case, really, the point of the story was to illuminate the fact that these guys, unlike all the jason bourne movies and "zero dark thirty" and magicals and make things happen. can take a hair pin and make an atomic bomb. these guys are human beings. so, my goal was to
interviews and denying and forgetting what happened in the u.s. mission and a c.i.a. safe house in bengazi in september 11th 2012, protecting the boss is critical despite the fact he won reelection with a campaign unsullied by the hint that his team misguided the attack. we found out the president went missing that night as four americans fought for their lives and lost. this latest startling tidbit that obama was out of the touch with with testimony from leon paneta and in a letter senate to the senate runs by the white house. they demanded answers to key questioning, questions. did anyone get in touch with the libya government to get help. white house said no, not that night but the following. september 12th after the u.s. ambassador and three other mirns met their deathings. it turns out former secretary of state clinton and mr. obama spoke to each other during the attack but neither involved the secretary of defense or the chairman of the joint chiefs. after a regularly scheduled half hour briefing in the late afternoon, both men were basically out of the loop while bengazi burned for
another seven or eight to confirm. >> what about john brennan then, nominated to be head of the cia. he's had his hearings. >> had his hearings. not come up for a vote. there are questions by both democrats and republicans, questions about drones, questions about benghazi, lots of questions both sides of the aisle so they are not making a political statement on him because democrats have legitimate questions that they want answers to. >> what is your state of mind when it comes to a confirmation vote on brennan? >> i still want to review the hearing. they have classified hearings and then those that are not classified. i've seen the public. i want to read some of the other information. >> are you leaning one way or the other? not at this point. >> how about jack lew, treasury secretary? >> jack lew, a long history public service, but they have to ask and answer questions regarding his time on wall street, the large bonus payment that he got not too long before the big bailout of the group that he was working for on wall street, his investments in the cayman islands for which the preside
will lose as sound jackman he does not know that his son is actually in the cia hoping for a nuclear weapon sites. it is rated r. just in time for valentine's day nicholas parks has a movie coming to the big screen. the woman starts a new life in a different town safe haven is rated pg- 13. on what you out of here. pupil preaches is rated pg- 13. now showing on carl. recently appeared on "jeopardy" is getting a lot of attention. not only because he won that day. but how he answered questions and how much he bet on the daily double. take a look. congratulations been him. >> leonard cooper had an amazing win. since neither of the other take the lead, cooper walked home with the grand prize of $75,000. his performance has gone you can't move the tv there. yuh-huh. we have a wireless receiver. listen. back in my day, there was no u-verse wireless receiver that let you move the tv away from the tv outlet. we can move it to the kitchen, the patio, the closet and almost anywhere. why would you want a tv in the closet? [ both laugh ] ♪ [ fancy voice ] brilliant idea, darling. ♪ [ female announc
to ask. >> so the nominations of chuck haig toll be defense secretary and john brennan to head the cia both hanging in the balance now which the white house says is a grave concern. >> between john brennan, cea director and chuck hagel as secretary of defense we want to make sure that we have those guys sitting in the chairs working because i don't want there to have been something missed because of this hangup here in washington. >> and congress now in recess for the president's day holiday. shannon? >> shannon: steve, thank you very much. >> you bet. >> shannon: there is no sign of any deal to avoid the automatic across-the-board budget cuts known as sequestration. one of the agencies that would be hardest hit by this, of course, is the pentagon. outgoing defense secretary leon panetta says it would be devastating to the military. joining us to talk about that and more retired four star general and former vice chief of staff to the army general jack keene. good to see you. thanks for coming in. what is your take on sequestration. there was heated back and forth on the hill between la
it that is depicted in the movie. >> he is the latest in the string of officials to come away with that. cia interrogations classified and released that reviewed 6 million pages of documents found torture was not a component in finding osama bin laden. reauthorize the violence against women in a vote, 78-22. all 22 votes were republican men. every female senator supported the bill. now it goes to the house. in case there's any doubt, elizabeth warren is going to be an asset. after her election in november there was discussion of whether she would be assigned to it. well, at her very first hearing were a number of banking regulators, she showed just why she deserves to be up on the dance. >> the question i really want to ask is about how tough you are, about how much leverage you really have in these settlements and what i would like to know is tell me a little bit about the last few times you have taken the biggest financial institutions on wall street all the way to a trial. >> they didn't have a lot of answers to that. the crisis that has truth to it is the idea that existing regulations c
and john brennan for c.i.a. director. if g.o.p. won't budge until it receives answers about the benghazi consulate attack last september. the new white house chief of staff says the candidates are well-qualified and further delays could jeopardize security. the obama administration is reportedly considering landmark legislation on immigration reform. u.s.a. today obtained a draft proposal from the white house that would allow illegal immigrants to become legal permanent residents within 8 years. it is estimated that there are 11 million illegal immigrants right now in the u.s., and under the proposal, they could apply for a newly created immigrant visa. the bill would also provide more security funding and require that businesses verify the immigration status of new hires. >>> some bay area educators are applauding president obama's early childhood education proposal. the president wants to make preschool available to all children and expand programs such as head start. in california, officials say 125,000 four-year-olds from low income families can't afford to enroll in preschool. the p
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